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Calcium Chloride for Prevention of Uterine Atony During Cesarean

In this pilot study, investigators will administer calcium chloride or placebo to pregnant women undergoing Cesarean delivery who have been identified as high risk for hemorrhage due to poor uterine muscle contraction, or atony. They will assess whether a single dose of calcium given immediately after the delivery of the fetus decreases the incidence of uterine atony and bleeding for the mother. The pharmacokinetics of calcium chloride in pregnant women will also be established...


Calcium-41 (41Ca) Chloride Aqueous Solution in Diagnosing Patients With Prostate Cancer and Bone Metastasis

RATIONALE: Diagnostic procedures, such as radionuclide imaging using calcium-41 (41Ca) chloride aqueous solution, may help predict progressive disease in patients with prostate cancer and bone metastasis. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying how well calcium-41 (41Ca) chloride aqueous solution works in diagnosing patients with prostate cancer and bone metastasis.

PTH And Calcium Responses to Exercise in Older Adults Experiment 2 (PACE Sr. 2)

Declines in serum calcium during exercise may cause increases in markers of bone resorption. This study will determine if preventing the decline serum ionized calcium experienced at the onset of exercise through the use of a "calcium clamp" also prevents increases in blood biomarkers associated with bone resorption.

Calcium Electroporation for Head and Neck Cancer

In a phase I protocol to primarily investigate the safety of using calcium combined with electroporation on recurrent head and neck cancers. Secondly, to evaluate tumour response on PET/MRI (positron emission tomography/magnetic resonance imaging), clinical evaluation, biopsies. Thirdly, to evaluate the effect of calcium electroporation compared to electrochemotherapy as well as the patients life-of-quality through questionnaires, EORTC QLQ C-30 and H&N35 (european organisation...

A Trial of Intravenous Calcium and Myocardial Diastolic Dysfunction During Separation From Cardiopulmonary Bypass

Successful heart surgery requires the resumption of a strong beating heart prior to separation from the heart and lung machine. There are different ways to do this. At this hospital, the surgical team usually gives calcium to people when they come off of the heart and lung machine because some doctors believe that calcium can "jump start" the heart. Not every hospital does this. Some people think that calcium may have a side effect of making the heart more stiff. Stiff h...

Calcium Administration in Cardiac Surgery

Termination of cardiopulmonary bypass is a critical step in any cardiac surgical procedure and requires a thorough planning. Debate about rationale of calcium administration during weaning of cardiopulmonary bypass has been conducted for several decades; however, a consensus has not been yet reached. Perioperative hypocalcemia can develop because of haemodilution or calcium binding from heparin, albumin and citrate. Perioperative hypocalcemia is often complicated by developmen...

Physiologic Regulation of FGF-23

This study will explore the regulation of fibroblast growth factor-23 (FGF-23). It is a hormone recently identified as a regulator of the blood levels of phosphorus and vitamin D, both of which are essential for overall health and especially important for bone health. The parathyroid hormone (PTH) regulates phosphorus and calcium, but people with hypoparathyroidism or pseudohypoparathyroidism do not have sufficient PTH action. There are genetic diseases that influence FGF-23, c...

Zoledronate, Vitamin D, and Calcium With or Without Strontium 89 or Samarium 153 in Preventing or Delaying Bone Problems in Patients With Bone Metastases From Prostate Cancer, Lung Cancer, or Breast Cancer

RATIONALE: Zoledronate, vitamin D and calcium may prevent or delay bone pain and other symptoms caused by bone metastases. It is not yet known whether giving zoledronate together with vitamin D and calcium is more effective with or without strontium 89 or samarium 153 in treating patients with bone metastases from prostate cancer, lung cancer, or breast cancer. PURPOSE: This randomized phase III trial is studying zoledronate, vitamin D, and calcium to see how well they work co...

Safety of Continuous Potassium Chloride Infusion in Critical Care

Patients in critical care often require supplemental potassium chloride if levels in their blood are below acceptable level. Common practice is to administer a single dose of potassium chloride under controlled conditions via a drip, before checking if a further dose is required. The purpose of this study is to ensure that it is safe to administer potassium chloride continuously with the dose varied according to patient needs.

Fluids in Sepsis and Septic Shock

Despite evidence of the physiologic benefits and possible lower mortality associated with low chloride solutions, normal saline remains the most wildly used fluid in the world. Given uncertainty about the impact of lower chloride versus higher chloride solutions on mortality, it is unlikely that clinical practice will change without new and direct RCT evidence. Editorials published in leading critical care journals have called for RCT's to address this important clinical questi...

Fluids in Septic Shock (FISSH)

Despite evidence of the physiologic benefits and possible lower mortality associated with low chloride solutions, normal saline remains the most wildly used fluid in the world. Given uncertainty about the impact of lower chloride versus higher chloride solutions on mortality, it is unlikely that clinical practice will change without new and direct RCT evidence. Editorials published in leading critical care journals have called for RCT's to address this important clinical questi...

Chloride High Level Of Resuscitation Infusion Chloride High Level Of Resuscitation Infusion Delivered Evaluation

The purpose of this study is to determine whether intravenous fluid management using lower chloride solutions (Hartmann's solutions and Plasmalyte®) will result in better outcome when compared to management using high chloride solutions (0.9% saline and Gelofusine®).

Calcium Metabolism in Asian Adolescents

Maximizing calcium retention by the skeleton within the genetic potential is a key strategy to prevent osteoporosis. It has been shown that calcium retention varies between blacks and whites and between gender within race. This study is designed to study the relationship between calcium intakes and calcium retention in Asian adolescent girls and boys. It is hypothesized that calcium intakes which maximize calcium retention will be lower in Asians than for whites studies unde...

Testing of Innocuousness of Benzalkonium Chloride on the Eye Concerning Possible Growth of Langerhans Cells

The study analysis the influence of benzalkonium chloride on the density of antigen presenting Langerhans cells. This is achieved in a double blind randomized study using in-vivo confocal microscopy to identify and quantify Langerhans cells of the human cornea in its central and peripheral part. This study design is based on observations with raised Langerhans cell density after the application of benzalkonium chloride containing eye drops in glaucoma patients.

Fluid Therapy During Brain Tumor Resection in Children

Fluid management of children during neurosurgery is not well established. Hypotonic solutions, commonly still used in pediatric patients, may enhance cerebral edema and worse operative conditions. This study compares two different isotonic solutions administered perioperatively regarding acid base and fluid electrolyte disturbances.

Calcium and Phosphorus Balance and Calcium Kinetics in Patients With Stage 3/4 Chronic Kidney Disease

The purpose of this study is to gain a better understanding of calcium absorption and metabolism in patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) using calcium balance and kinetic methods.

Small-Volume, Patient-Specific, Balanced Hypertonic Fluid Protocol Validation

Many patients with traumatic brain injuries (including strokes, blood clots, or other brain injuries) are given concentrated salt water solutions (hypertonic saline) in order to treat brain swelling (cerebral edema). Current therapies consist of a mixture of sodium and chloride, which can lead to high levels of serum chloride and increased total body water. High levels of chloride can cause acidosis, which can cause the body to function sub-optimally. Therefore, the investigato...

Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Tolerability and Efficacy of Microencapsulated Calcium Carbonate

Interventional Clinical trial with food supplement, randomized, double-blind, comparative between microencapsulated calcium, calcium carbonate salts standardized and calcium citrate, in a population of postmenopausal women, lasting 1 month.

Effect of Calcium 500 mg and Vitamin D3 1000 IU Chewable Tablet on Intestinal Calcium Absorption

The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that the intestinal absorption of calcium from a novel calcium carbonate-vitamin D3 chewable tablet formulation (calcium 500 mg and vitamin D3 1000 IU) increases the amount of calcium excreted in urine and decreases parathyroid hormone (PTH) in serum as compared with Baseline.

Clinical Evaluation of the Use of Sealed Capsule Irrigation With Sodium Chloride During Pediatric Cataract Surgery and IOL Implantation

This study involves using both a device that seals the capsular bag (where the lens is located) allowing safer irrigation of the capsular bag and sodium chloride to irrigate the capsular bag during cataract surgery on children. The purpose of this study is to determine if the use of the device, Perfect Capsule, along with sodium chloride reduces the development of posterior capsule opacification (PCO), a possible complication of cataract surgery. PCO is the clouding of the re...

Comparison of Three Calcium Supplements

The study was conducted to investigate the metabolic effects of three different calcium compounds in healthy adults.

Fracture Healing Assessed by HR-pQCT After Administration of Calcium and Vitamin D

This study is designed as a single-blind RCT in 80 postmenopausal women to compare the effect of immediate administration of daily calcium supplementation (1000 mg calcium) or two daily dosages of calcium + vitamin D (1000 mg calcium + 880 IU vitamin D or 1000 mg calcium + 1760 IU vitamin D) to standard care (administration of vitamin D3 12 weeks after fracture) in terms of calculated bone strength based on analysis of cortical and trabecular bone parameters using HR-pQCT, frac...

Treatment of Calcium Deficiency in Young Women

This study looks at the effects of calcium supplementation on bone density in women in their third decade of life. We placed women aged 19-27 who take in low amounts of calcium in their diets in one of two groups. We will give women in one group a placebo (inactive pill) and women in the other group 1500 milligrams of calcium per day (as calcium carbonate). We will monitor the results by looking at the change in bone mineral density measured at the hip, total body, forearm, and...

Mechanism and Effects of Manipulating Chloride Homeostasis in Acute Heart Failure

The purpose of this study is to understand the effects of chloride supplementation on volume-overloaded acute heart failure patients concomitantly treated with IV diuretics.

Bone Density in Children With IBD Treated With Amorphous Calcium or Commercial Crystalline Calcium

Patients diagnosed with, or in risk of osteoporosis regularly take calcium dietary supplements, although their contribution to BMD maintenance, prevention of bone loss or reduction of the risk of fracture is questionable. Freshwater crayfish rely on amorphous calcium carbonate (ACC), a thermodynamically instable and very rare biomineralized polymorph of calcium carbonate, as the main mineral in the exoskeleton and in their temporary storage organ, the gastrolith. The study hypo...

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